When we wrote about Casey Anthony going to bankruptcy court in January, we made this prescient prediction: Casey says she owes the 800 grand to 80 creditors and claims she has no income (until the inevitable book she writes, of course). OK, so it was neither prescient nor bold, because Casey Antho ... More >>
Arnold returns — but do we still need him?
If you walk into a Flanigan's in Palm Beach county and spot a familiar infamous face, don't check your contact lenses. It could very well be Casey Anthony, the woman acquitted of murdering her daughter Caylee in a trial that garnered world-wide attention for Florida.
This morning, I wrote a mean blog post about attorney Jose Baez's upcoming book, Presumed Guilty, Casey Anthony: The Inside Story, coming out in July. I called it a "'let's make some cash off Casey Anthony' book" and called Baez "the guy who sold bikinis on the internet before writing a bottom-feedi ... More >>
"Tot Mom" Casey AnthonyThe circus that is known as the Casey Anthony trial has come to an end with "Tot Mom" being found not guilty of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter, and aggravated child abuse.Was the evidence circumstantial? Sure. Did Casey Anthony's lawyers deliver some of the wo ... More >>
Courtesy Tatiana Alvarez Tatiana AlvarezDave & Buster's is like an indoor year-round carnival with booze. Roughly the size of a small airport, Dave & Busters is a combination arcade, sports bar, pool hall and restaurant. It's no surprise that they also do a booming event and party ... More >>
Last week's New Times cover story features William Staubs, AKA "Cobra," a Fort Lauderdale bail bondsman with a Forrest Gump-like knack for getting involved in high-profile cases. One of his best jobs was a stint shadowing O.J. Simpson after the football star was arrested for attempting to steal s ... More >>
Hey, South Florida, I know a six-foot-five, 230-pound troubled wide receiver who needs a hug. Come on. By South Florida troublemaker standards, Plaxico Burress is a pussycat. Can we keep him? Huh, can we? There aren't too many places with open arms for the big guy these days. On top of the felo ... More >>
FLIFF wins one, then hits a downturn
Four characters in search of a talk show
Radio host Joyce Kaufman wins fans by flaying a new enemy: undocumented immigrants
NFL greats shake off the rust in All-Pro Football 2K8
Who better to save America than an armed Mark Wahlberg? Seriously.
Amanda Alley died a horrible, fiery death, and the cops had her Iranian boyfriend nailed
Heavily padded football movie hits all the familiar notes.
Two complementary urban shows don't quite add up to a whole.
The Smell of Gasoline in the Morning
The Luckiest Perps
And South Florida's Tabloid Valley vanishes.
The Warped Tour says: Give us your allowance!
Is there life after reality TV?
Sports Immortals Museum and Memorabilia Mart
Secondhand Outfit dresses hip-hop in pop culture's dirty duds
Trainer Ken McPeek won the Sunshine State's biggest competition. That is, after he woke up.
More bunny debate
More and more South Floridians have taken up yoga for exercise, but relatively few explore its spiritual underpinnings
The Center For Jungian Studies of South Florida presents a lecture by Marita Digney
Spike Lee's new racial satire starts out strong but ends up wasting ammunition
The government wants his money. The judiciary wants him disbarred. So what's F. Lee Bailey's next move? Sue the bastards!
One of the best plays this year tackles the funny topic of sex and violence
Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story.
February 11 - 17, 1999
Author Elizabeth Wurtzel's depraved sojourn in South Florida netted plenty of titillation and an arrest for shoplifting